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EUROGATE CTW launches automation project

Bremen, 16 December 2021 | EUROGATE Container Terminal Wilhelmshaven (CTW) is planning to convert its container handling operations in the coming years from a manual process to an automated system.

The respective automation project will get underway in January 2022. The project has an investment volume of around 150 million euros over the next three years. The terminal is expecting to carry out its first automated berthing operations as early as 2024.

Michael Blach, EUROGATE Group Chairman, said: “We want to develop ‘CTW 2.0’ an extended, upgraded and efficient automated terminal whose streamlined organisation is geared to new operating requirements.”

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Credits: EUROGATE

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